Metals are not biodegradable mainly because they are not an organic material, which means they aren’t a typical food for any organism. Biodegradation is a process by which an organic material is eaten up and processed by microorganisms, and thereby broken down and reincorporated into the cycle of living organisms. Since metal didn’t really have a place in the cycle of living organisms to begin with, there’s really no place for its being reincorporated.
Oh so thats why metals can’t biodegrade because its not made from nature, its man made.
Not exactly…metal is natural (we obtain it by mining). The reason it can’t biodegrade is that it’s not derived from living things.
*Oh* so thats why ha? Well you know alot about this**. 🙂
Seems good to know about this -_-.
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